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    • Sadie Connor Keel

    • African Americans, Teachers
    • Sadie Connor Keel and a student in 1964. Keel (October 20, 1914-February 6, 2010) was a long time educator with the East Baton Rouge Parish Schools serving as a teacher and principal at the Reddy Street Elementary School for 29 years, retiring in...
    • Children's Pageant

    • Baton Rouge (La.), African Americans--1950-1970
    • King and Queen of children's pageant, probably Rosenwald Elementary School Spring Festival. Album: Social Groups 1
    • Winbourne Elementary School

    • School children
    • Winbourne Elementary School. Third Grade Class of 1953. First Row left to right: Lynda Kay Harms, Kay Gilpin, Gayle Bracken, Chevis Newman, Jack Vaugh, Terry Cooper. Second Row: Alvin Ballard, James Burt, Anita Bryant, Virginia Moore, Eileen...
    • The Shield 1971

    • Yearbooks, Catholic Church, Diocese of Baton Rouge (La.), Schools, School yearbooks, Baton Rouge (La.)--history
    • The congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Bourg, founded by Reverend Peter Medaille, SJ, in LePuy, France, sent four Sisters to Baton Rouge in 1868. They founded an orphanage and a school on what is today Seventh Street; it was later moved...
    • Tiger's Eye, 1996-1997

    • Yearbooks, East Baton Rouge Parish School Board, Schools, School yearbooks, Baton Rouge (La.)--history
    • Tanglewood Elementary opened its doors in 1970 as part of the East Baton Rouge Parish School System. The school then became a part of the Central School System and taught only 1st and 2nd grade. Their mascot is a tiger. Tanglewood Elementary is...
    • Panthers' Pride, 1957

    • Yearbooks, East Baton Rouge Parish School Board, Schools, School yearbooks, Baton Rouge (La.)--history
    • Pride Schoolhouse was formed in East Baton Rouge Parish in the late 1800s. Pride High School became a graded school in 1907. In 1981 under U.S. District Judge John V. Parker’s desegregation order, Pride High School (a predominantly white school)...
    • Cowboys, 1985

    • Yearbooks, East Baton Rouge Parish School Board, Schools, School yearbooks, Baton Rouge (La.)--history
    • 1985 yearbook of Northeast Elementary School. This school is located in Pride, Louisiana and is located at 13801 Pride Port Hudson Road.
    • The Shenandoan, 1978

    • Yearbooks, East Baton Rouge Parish School Board, Schools, School yearbooks, Baton Rouge (La.)--history
    • Shenandoah Elementary School was designed by architect Sam Short Jr. and built by the firm Buquet and LeBlanc for $747,490. The school opened in 1972.
    • Zachary Elementary, 1997-1998

    • Yearbooks, East Baton Rouge Parish School Board, Schools, School yearbooks, Baton Rouge (La.)--history
    • Zachary Elementary School was founded in the late 1940s. Originally they served kindergarten to 5th grade but now they only teach 3rd and 4th grades. They are a part of the Zachary Community School System. Zachary Elementary is located at 3775...
    • The Gator 1964

    • Yearbooks, East Baton Rouge Parish School Board, Schools, School yearbooks, Baton Rouge (La.)--history
    • Glasgow Junior High School openned in 1954 and was (and is still) located at the corner of Glasgow Ave and Hyacinth Ave in the Southdowns neighborhood of Baton Rouge. The school was openned to accomodate white elementary suburban children of that...
    • Dalton Elementary School 1957

    • Yearbooks, Schools, School children, School yearbooks, Baton Rouge (La.)--history
    • In 1953 voters of East Baton Rouge Parish passed a $12 million bond initiative for school construction and improvements. Built on a site purchased by the school board from Dr. A. T. Prescott, Dalton Elementary School is located at 3605 Ontario St,...
    • Runnels School

    • Yearbooks, Schools, School yearbooks, Baton Rouge (La.)--history
    • Runnels School, founded by Dr. L.K. Runnels, is one of the oldest independent, non-profit, non-sectarian, co-ed schools in Baton Rouge. The school first opened its doors to preschoolers in 1965 in a house off of Highland Road. The school expanded...

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